Sugars in Korean and Japanese Beer - 2. Enzymatic Analysis -

한국 및 일본산 맥주의 당에 관한 연구 - 2. 효소적 분석 -

  • 안용근 (충청전문대학 식품영양과)
  • Published : 1998.04.01


Limit dextrin of Korean beer(3 brands) and Japanese beer(21 brands) were separated by ethanol fractionation. Limit dextrin of Korean and Japanese beer was estimated to be 1.1%. 1H-NMR analysis revealed that the limit dextrin showed both signal of $\alpha$-1, 4- and $\alpha$-1, 6- glucosidic linkage with its estimation ratio of average 5.5:1. Limit dextrin was hydrolyzed to glucose with the yield of 57.22% by Aspergillus awamori $\alpha$-glucosidase(24.7 unit) plus human salivay $\alpha$-amylase(2.4 unit) in 100${mu}ell$ of 0.043M acetate buffer at 37$^{\circ}C$ for 5 hour. Among them, limit dextrin of Korean beer showed the highest hydrolysis rate of 76%. Small size sugars (64.8%) removed by ethanol fractionation and limit dextrin(21.4%) hydrolyzed by amylases that is digestable sugar. Non hydrolyzed limit dextrin(13.8%) by the amylases which can be a growth factor of Bifidobacterium in human intestine.